By creating an account with our store, you will be able to move through the checkout process faster, store multiple addresses, view and track your orders in your account, and more.
We, like many of you, rely on people we trust to find great wine. Our community of industry partners, friends, and customers have diverse backgrounds but share one important thing -- they love discovering quality wines and sharing them with others. Get to know them and see what wines they recommend.
A life in wine.
Manhattan child born in 1937. Schooled there, summered in central Pennsylvania where grandfather had a store.
I moved to the East Village back in 2003 and have been in New York now for 17 years.
I was derailed from academia by the allure of the vine and its fruits, and relocated from my native Virginia to Brooklyn in 2005 to pursue a career in wine.
I have taught over 400 wine classes to date, and continue to be fascinated by the never-ending world of wine.
I fell into the wine industry via hospitality, working first as a cook and then a gardener before becoming a waiter at a rural farmhouse restaurant with a great wine list.
I grew up skiing and hiking in Colorado, but fell in love with New York City on a school trip and knew this is where I had to be.
My grandfather worked at a sake brewery after being discharged from WWII, so if you ask my family, they’ll say I was born into the business.
When, by chance, for a business plan competition I was paired with a business woman who went on to start a wine import and distributing company, everything changed.
After 3 years in LA, trying to "make it" as an actor, I decided to throw in the towel.
I arrived in New York City in the summer of 2005 armed with a degree in poetry, a lipstick-red Fender Stratocaster and the bulletproof swagger of youth.
My passion for wine started in my first job after college. I was cooking in the West Village when...
I was that weird kid that actually knew exactly what they wanted to be when they were sixteen...
My first restaurant job was as a singing server, and I was hired because I could sing. I knew nothing about waiting tables...